Thursday, November 16, 2006

Iran complains, "Israel is threatening us"

Reuters reported Iran, whose president has vowed to wipe Israel off the map, complained to the United Nations on Wednesday that the Jewish state was repeatedly threatening to bomb it.

Maybe if Iran stopped vowing to wipe Israel off the map, the little country of Israel would not feel it necessary to threaten the large country of Iran.
The threats were "matters of extreme gravity" and the U.N. Security Council should condemn them and demand that Israel "cease and desist immediately from the threat of the use of force against members of the United Nations," Iranian U.N. Ambassador Javad Zarif said.
And should Israel also make the same demands about Iran? Or should they just blow up the nuclear plants.
His comments came in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan dated Nov. 10 and circulated at the United Nations on Wednesday.

Iran, the world's fourth-largest oil exporter, has been aggressively pursuing a nuclear program that it says is meant only to produce electric power.
Actually its purpose is to produce POWER, i.e. make Iran the strongest country in the region, so that it can be the seat of the new caliphate.

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